So, let me start off by saying I've put alot of time into BF1. In it's own right, this game can be fun at times, as can a lot of non battlefield shooters. However, I've come to realize just how much different this game is compared to all other battlefield titles to date. As a long time battlefield fan I've watched this beloved tactical (I realize there are other more tactical shooters out there) shooter turn into "something the whole family can enjoy" shooter. As I understand EA and Dice's reasoning for noobifying/casualizing the game, that doesn't mean I have to either like or agree with it.
The addition of the behemoths to me takes the cake. Players can't stand to just loose the game. or if they are loosing apparently according to Dice don't have to know how to some how launch a counter offensive or turn the tide of the game. So instead of leaving it up to the players and tactics (like before), they instead add these ridiculous "things". But because dice noobifyied/casualized the game they are probably right. The know how to actually tactically change the game is not there because of who's playing now. Just a bunch of people running around like chickens with their heads cut off.
And I really want to talk about the snap on aim assist but I don't want to make myself mad this morning. Even with all the issues BF4 had that game kept our 100% attention AT LEAST 2 years after release, same with BF3. I know there have been other threads on this matter, but I'm just a little worried. Is this style of battlefield going to rear it's ugly head again? Will this be the norm? Will we NEVER see a battlefield like we know it ever again?